The brewery is what we'd call an early-night nightlife kind of place, as it's only open until 10:00 p.m. But this spot in the Broad Avenue Arts District is worthy of a stop, thanks to its two brewing... Read More
The brewery is what we'd call an early-night nightlife kind of place, as it's only open until 10:00 p.m. But this spot in the Broad Avenue Arts District is worthy of a stop, thanks to its two brewing brothers and their dedication to their craft. Davin & Kellan Bartosch (love those names) are the kind of guys who love the art of making beer, and have traveled throughout the United States and Europe to research and hone their craft, finally launching into the brewery world with a brewery and taproom. As brewers, these boys have won plenty of awards; they offer pints and growlers in the tap room ($5 for a pint and $13 for a growler and a fill). Wiseacre was the first of a handful of new taprooms that opened in Memphis in the last few years, and is the unofficial ground zero for the craft brew crowd as well as just a fun spot to hit on any given weekend. Ten taps flow with Wiseacre's Tiny Bomb, (a pilsner), Ananda IPA and a variety of seasonal favorites. There's a different food truck on site during the opening hours, and you can take some brew home with you in your growler or by grabbing a six-pack. The tap rom also offers brewery tours and beer education, so there's rarely a dull moment at Wiseacre.
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